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NetBSD is cute. Linux is useful, and has vastly better support of extant hardware. Where NetBSD wins is that it's easier to port to /new/ hardware, but Linux has such weight behind it users don't notice.

 is a RISC OS Userrjek on 21/5/09 11:59PM
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